Kate or something like that.
21. Female. Virginia Beach. College mook. Theater major going into costume design. Lover of good literature (I am a former English major), fashion and writing in my diary. Christ-studier. Tea drinker. Steampunk. Fangirl. Snarky snot.
I love The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shock Treatment, Beetlejuice, Moonrise Kingdom, Harry Potter, The X-Files, Sherlock, Pokemon, Harvest Moon, American Horror Story, occasionally Glee, and a good many other fandoms.
This is my personal blog.
gaga eyeshadow drawings :)
Appeared in drag as Gaga her alter ego.♥I LOVE JOE♥
I thought Lady Gaga’s alter ego, Joe Calderone was fucking sexy.
fucking boners everywhere
I think Lady Gaga looks a lot better like this, imo haha
DAMN. Okay, that’s a stunning look for her.
oh my god
it’s something about you that you were born with, can’t change/help, and you’re either in the process off accepting or have accepted.
that’s what makes the shirts so powerful; they’re about dealing with things about yourself that you “can’t” change and have been living with since, well, birth - since before society had its way with you. society told you these things were problems and wrong, but you don’t have a choice. everyone has something about them that they acquired at birth that society has deemed “bad” or “unnatural” or “mock-worthy,” and that’s what the shirts and the song are about - accepting those things you can’t really change about yourself.
i’m curvy and i’m short. i’ve accepted being short, but i’m still struggling with my body shape. these are things i cannot change. i’ve been trying to get rid of my curves, but there’s a difference between losing weight and changing body shape.
what society did, you CAN undo with the right about of strength and determination. how you were born? confidence, cohen.
^Thank you! I was just about to write a rant about this. It bothers me when people think “Nerdy” or “Clingy” is grounds to say “Born This Way.” That is not, in fact, the way you were born. “Born This Way” refers to some inflexible part of you— your racial identity, for example. I think the fact that people will claim they are born a “Smart ass Bitch” devalues the whole idea for those who feel they are “Born This Way” about something serious. Check out the one I reblogged earlier— “Mutt.” That’s what I have respect for: someone who has come to accept something beautiful about themself that they can’t change and that people criticized them for needlessly.
As for me, I honestly don’t know what mine would say. I’m a pretty average person who has been met with acceptance, generally. There are things about me that aren’t great, but they aren’t things I could attribute to being “Born This Way.” Rather, they are things that if I took responsibility for, I could change about myself.
As much as I’d like to have a quote for myself… I take it too seriously to state something so quickly. I wish more people would take it a little more seriously, too.